We miss you, and we are very excited about our plans for next season, including everything from legendary soprano Renée Fleming to a thunderous celebration of Beethoven’s 250th birthday featuring his Ninth Symphony. Together, we’ll experience iconic works by Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Strauss, and Sibelius, as well as new music by Daniel Dorff, Michael Abels, and LSO Composer-in-Residence Dr. Tyler G. White. We’ll celebrate soloists who are members of our LSO family, such as John Bailey and Anton Miller, along with beloved Lincoln pianist Ann Chang. Music lovers of all ages will enjoy the Family Series, featuring Leo Lionni’s Frederick the Mouse and a birthday party for Beethoven, while Pops concerts will celebrate the holidays with guest conductor Lucas Waldin and will bring music from the big screen to life.
As we embark on our 2020-21 season, the health and safety of our musicians and audience members will be of the highest priority, and to honor this, we may need to make changes to repertoire, artists, seating configurations, and concert dates and/or times. Our promise to you is that we will keep you informed and allow flexibility as we strive to create an environment where we can all share this art form together.